After a couple of difficult travel days, the local airports are returning to normal.  The FAA is reportin only 10 to 15 minute delays.  Allow extra times for the commute to the airport and you should be fine.

Just keep these ideas and links fresh in mind for future travels.  You may even want to bookmark the page for future reference.

Most Airlines now offer APP, text, or email updates to flight delays.  Make sure to sign up for them.  That will be your fastest way to get notifications. Also, make sure to check whether your airline is offering any waivers.

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To keep informed on the status of the airports, you should sign up for their automatic notifications.  You can sign up for the area airports’ notifications at this link.

Always remember to be safe.  It is more dangerous going to an airport in these conditions, than flying.  We want you to keep traveling.

If you do it the old-fashioned way and check frequently for yourself, here are the links to major carriers:

United Flight Check

United Waivers

Delta Flight Check

Delta Waivers

American Flight Check

American Waivers

British Airways Flight Check

Norwegian Flight Check

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